Space Elevator - Science Fiction or the Future of Mankind?

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Kurzgesagt - " But the space elevator would without a doubt be the single largest and the most expensive structure ever built by humans ". DYSON SPHERE - " AM I A JOKE TO YOU !!! "

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4:45 I wouldn't get this at the time of upload, but having recently got into star wars because of it's music, I heard Yoda's theme. My god I can't believe it's been almost 5 years and this video still had more to offer to me.

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Aidas Baranauskas

4:50 I think losing the counterweight could be problematic if it's a space station

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I think this elevator also will slow down the rotation of the earth.

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"the space elevator would without a boubt be the single largest and most expensive structure built by humans" * sad quantum computer noises * * sadder mars base noises * * sadder still fusion energy noises * * the saddest Dyson Sphere noises *

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What if we start building stairs to space?

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Ese Callum
Ese Callum

Space Elevators at the current level of materiel science are not possible due insufficient strength of the tether. Also very expensive. Why not use super powerful Magnetic Fields? Helmholtz Coils when a current is passed thru them show a uniform field between the two. 2 coils a meter in diameter each will have a roughly uniform field between them if the coils are separated by a meter. Now if the one of the coils is 500 kilometers wide and lying flat and the other coil is say a 1/2 a kilometre wide either with a current passing thru it or permanent magnets it can be repelled into space up to a distance of about 500 km into space. One coil flat on the ground and the other coil being the ship/payload. F=B I L. What you would do is have is a huge square or round grid (500 miles by 500 miles) in the Sahara or a desert in Utah with thousands of amps of amps flowing through it while the craft is going up. The force would be F= B I L . The craft which will be a smaller version of the grid on the Earth (plus payload) will have the opposite magnetic field and repel itself away. (Or use permanent opposite polarity magnets). The large size of the grid in the desert means the field will be nearly uniform 500 km into space. Also no moving parts. Will cost only 0.1% of the space elevator or less. E.g. The electric or magnetic field between 2 large parallel sheets of metal is roughly uniform hence similar for electric or magnetic fields. (Helmholtz coils). The reason for the 500 km size of the grid is that the inverse square law will not operate and the field will be roughly constant/uniform between the ground coil and spacecraft coil. Using giant Helmholtz coils for the magnetic fields. One 500 km helmholtz coil lying flat in the desert.The other smaller one about a 1/2 km wide with payload will be repelled into orbit at least 400 km to 500 km into space. ( Or use electric fields which will not require huge currents but huge voltages).

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Ese Callum
Ese Callum

Why not use super powerful magnets? F=B I L. What you would do is have is a huge square or round grid (500 miles by 500 miles) in the Sahara with thousands of amps of amps flowing through it while the craft is going up. The force would be F= B I L . The craft which will be a smaller version of the grid on the Earth (plus payload) will have the opposite magnetic field and repel itself away. The large size of the grid in the desert means the field will be nearly uniform 500 miles into space. Also no moving parts. Will cost only 0.1% of the space elevator. E.g. The electric or magnetic field between 2 parallel sheets of metal is roughly uniform hence similar for magnetic fields. (Helmholtz coils). The reason for the 500 mile size of the grid is that the inverse square law will not operate and the field will be roughly constant/uniform between the ground coil and spacecraft coil. Or use giant Helmholtz coils for the magnetic fields. One 500 mile helmgoltz coil lying flat in the desert.The other smaller one about a mile wide with payload will be repelled into orbit at least 400 miles to 500 miles into space. ( Or use electric fields).

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Actograv
Actograv

how about... we stop going to space because its pointless...

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Laura Evans
Laura Evans

If we build an elevator out to space, then the counterweight has to spin around the earth at the same rate of speed...so I honestly not sure if we could pull it off right now with the technology we have today.

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Ese Callum
Ese Callum

This method is cheaper and simpler. Why not use super powerful magnets. F=B I L. What you would do is have is a huge square grid (500 miles by 500 miles) in the sahara will millions of amps flowing through it while the craft is going up.The force would be F= B I L . The craft will have the opposite magnetic field and repel itself away. eg the electric or magnetic field between 2 parallel sheets of metal is roughly uniform hence similar for magnetic fields.Or use giant helmholts coils for the magnetic fields. ( or use electric fields)

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approximately how much money would you need to build this?

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2:25.. So, the international space station weights 500.000T??????

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The tether could have power run directly into it and the elevator takes power from the tether and moves up.

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WillMT
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6:15 why the hell is there a galactus bird?

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Frank Blissett
Frank Blissett

Some of the energy could be recouped on the return trip.

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Tyson
Tyson

Space hooks are better in almost every way so I think we will build space hooks instead

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Ese Callum
Ese Callum

@Tyson Using electric fields would be even easier . In this case a square 500 km wide flat plate conductor would be charged to a high negative voltage. The ship would be a a 100 meter wide pusher plate plus payload also charged to a negative voltage. It would repel away from the ground based metallic plate because negative charges repel. The reason it has to be 500 km wide is so that the repelling field reaches outer space where normal thrustors could be used... to make a 500 km flat would be very cheap just use a conductive paint or aluminum foil.

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Tyson
Tyson

@Ese Callum that's a really cool idea I had never heard of it before but it sounds better than an elevator it's kinda weird the elevator caught on since there r beyyer options

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Ese Callum
Ese Callum

Why not use super powerful magnets? F=B I L. What you would do is have is a huge square or round grid (500 miles by 500 miles) in the Sahara with thousands of amps of amps flowing through it while the craft is going up. The force would be F= B I L . The craft which will be a smaller version of the grid on the Earth (plus payload) will have the opposite magnetic field and repel itself away. The large size of the grid in the desert means the feild will be nearly uniform 500 miles into space. Also no moving parts. Will cost only 0.1% of the space elevator. E.g. The electric or magnetic field between 2 parallel sheets of metal is roughly uniform hence similar for magnetic fields. (Helmholtz coils). The reason for the 500 mile size of the grid is that the inverse square law will not operate and the field will be roughly constant/uniform between the ground coil and spacecraft coil. Or use giant Helmholtz coils for the magnetic fields. One 500 mile helmholtz coil lying flat in the desert.The other smaller one about a mile wide with payload will be repelled into orbit at least 400 miles to 500 miles into space. ( Or use electric fields).

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Charvin Strife

Gundam 00 anyone?

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Kurzgesagt: "the curvature of the earth makes you move as fast as gravity pulls you towards it. Flat earther: say what

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Alexander Hutchinson
Alexander Hutchinson

the problem is with that's if an asteroid the tether or the counterweight April break and kill thousands of people

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Nice Star Wars references

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read the video tag.....

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Carbyne?

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Caleb Jackson
Caleb Jackson

Lab Rats: 1. CPU chip that gives you powers 2. Alternate Universe 3. Space Elevator 4. Space Colony on a planet in a different GALAXY (which would definitely require a light speed engine) Let’s see what Kurzgesagt has to say about all that.

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Just build a wall around it

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Model Nickel

if you take drugs while watching kurzgesagt videos, u get high education

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Model Nickel
Model Nickel

also has anyone noticed the godzilla and the other monster who broke the tether?

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Model Nickel
Model Nickel

but seriously dont take drugs its just a joke

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Alexey Medvedchikov
Alexey Medvedchikov

1 Mt = 2000 ISS, not 2. The mass of the ISS is 419 tonnes. Doesn't mean it isn't worth building, just a typo. Every year we launch on average 4 kt of mass into space and this costs billions $. Having such a thing as a space elevator we can increase the number of launches a lot.

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Ese Callum
Ese Callum

Why not use super powerful magnets? F=B I L. What you would do is have is a huge square or round grid (500 miles by 500 miles) in the Sahara with thousands of amps of amps flowing through it while the craft is going up. The force would be F= B I L . The craft which will be a smaller version of the grid on the Earth (plus payload) will have the opposite magnetic field and repel itself away. The large size of the grid in the desert means the field will be nearly uniform 500 miles into space. Also no moving parts. Will cost only 0.1% of the space elevator. E.g. The electric or magnetic field between 2 parallel sheets of metal is roughly uniform hence similar for magnetic fields. (Helmholtz coils). The reason for the 500 mile size of the grid is that the inverse square law will not operate and the field will be roughly constant/uniform between the ground coil and spacecraft coil. Or use giant Helmholtz coils for the magnetic fields. One 500 mile helmgoltz coil lying flat in the desert.The other smaller one about a mile wide with payload will be repelled into orbit at least 400 miles to 500 miles into space. ( Or use electric fields).

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Joey French
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What if trains flying in space in the future?

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Labis Ragousis

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Labis Ragousis
Labis Ragousis

I prefer the space yeeter

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CBAssassin119
CBAssassin119

before he used birds

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Lumberjack king the great
Lumberjack king the great

4:36 like a space balloon

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Lumberjack king the great
Lumberjack king the great

Sky hook (space yeeter) vs space elevator (tallest man man made structure). I like the space yeeter better

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Otto W

Hey FHA’s an x wing

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Otto W
Otto W

I men that’s

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jbugg

0:29 this is my fave intro music. simple is best.

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Exovoid

Why is everything Star Wars themed XP

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IS NO ONE GONNA TALK ABOUT HOW HE ASKED “wanna get high?” at the start of the video

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Cactus Town

3:22 jakku lol

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Captain Unknown
Captain Unknown

This will simply slow down the Earth's Spin.

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SpaceRobo - I
SpaceRobo - I

It is not worth cause it will estimated take 30 years to be build and costs money.

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FalcoFury
FalcoFury

A similar structure is currently in the process of being developed. It's currently only a concept, but it's much closer than you think. You didn't hear it from me.

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Daniel Lagos
Daniel Lagos

0:34 Oh yeeeeh, pass the elevator

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Alexander Wilisow
Alexander Wilisow

“The curvature of the earth” every flat earther got triggered😂

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Mohammad Anas
Mohammad Anas

they could use spider thread as the tether

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Janik Bühler
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0:37 ,,Wann get high?". Yeah sure.

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@joseju alguien está siendo patrocinado por squarspace realmente XD

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Dylan Hooton
Dylan Hooton

Science Fiction, definitely. Also, how can people build such structure if it's too expensive to build? Not only that, but the fact that the moon rotates around Earth, making the one-spot space elevator impossible? I think we should leave the moon alone as messing with it would have a lot more negative consequences than positives, like reducing gravity, etc.

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Wolfmistress Wilderr
Wolfmistress Wilderr

When you say "space elevator" all I keep thinking of is the satellite in Terragenesis

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mauriciovic100
mauriciovic100

What about making it as a hydraulic elevator? It would, admittedly, probably take some very resistant metallic alloy to make sure the pipes wouldn’t bust by the pressure the water inside of them would create, plus they would need to be put together underground to get something of this magnitude done with earth’s gravity plus the pipes used to send the water (or maybe some other liquid? Not sure what would be best, but mercury is much denser than water, thus creating greater pressure hydrogen is a fluid with much weaker density if it would make it easier) , it would probably be easier done by making the pieces separately and then mounting it on a mountain top (maybe not something as extreme as Everest, but it is a thought) by securing each piece of the top and then mounting the parts of the bottom under it in holes caved in such a way as to make it difficult or outright impossible for the parts already in their places to fall back down, if the holes were filled in some liquid it could diminish the amount of force needed to move each piece, high-potency magnets of the same charge set on the bottom of out theoretical mounting caves and the underside of each piece could be used to make it even easier, though it would raise the problems related to energy needs.

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6:27 hey you can't say that I'm procrastinating, you don't know that, even tho I am....

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